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Born in Fulton, Missouri 13 June, 1963. |
Graduated Fulton High School in 1981.
Joined ARMY on August 12, 1988 Served in Germany during the Cold War "Fall of the Wall" and remained in Germany during the first Gulf War. Was then stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado. August 11, 1992 Honorable discharge. Rank - E4 Specialist.
Attended Full Sail Center For The Recording Arts in Orlando, Florida 1992 - 1994. AS degree - Audio Engineering and another AS degree - Video and Film Production.
Started audio production company in 1994, BBCRecorders.
Started record label Twisted Oak Records Inc. in 1997 with friend, T.j Evans. In January 2004 resumed audio production company, BBCRecorders, L.L.C. Briefly worked for Burlington Northern Santa Fe, as a conductor out of Richmond to Fresno, California. A chauffeur for Napa Valley Wine Tours. Drove for Ray Manzarek of "The Doors".
In 2007, after the death of Betty Ann Carmichael, moved to St. Joseph, Missouri. Now I just dig around for old relatives and I am an Operations Engineer for Missouri Western State University, St. Joseph, Missouri.
All photos by me are free to use, just give me credit. Photo provided by Blair B. Carmichael. Attribution-ShareAlike CC BY-SA.
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|ninferrera||Your site(Jameson Cemetery) Judith Yeater|
Thank you for the photo and site for my
g.g.g.grandmother Judith Jameson Yeater
in the Jameson Cemetery in Fulton, Mo.
There is just a correction with regard
to her husband. He is Charles Honeyman Yeater,
born January 10, 1808 in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky;
Died May 6, 1862 in Charleston, Arkansas during
the Civil War. He is buried in Parks Cemetery,
Charleston, Franklin County, Arkansas.
Their children include:
John Jameson Yeater Sedalia, Mo.(my g.g.grandfather
Joseph King Yeater Sedalia, Mo.
Sarah Yeater(Mrs.Butler Harrison) Fayetteville, Ark.
Thank you for all you have done on Find-a-Grave.
Nancy Bowser Inferrera, (great grandaughter of Charles E. Yeater of Sedalia Mo.,grandaughter of his only son Laurence Kenneth Yeater, and daughter of Laurence's only child Claire Yeater (Bowser).
|Barbara Turner||RE: Unknown Soldier|
Your great-grandfather is also buried at Mount Mora Cemetery. If you could scan that letter and send it to me, I would be glad to put it and any pictures of him in his bio at www.mountmora.org.
It would be nice to have a picture of him and his wife etc.
|Barbara Turner||RE: Unknown Soldier|
Thank you so much. I will put this in his bio at www.mountmora.org and give you credit.
|Barbara Turner||Unknown Soldier|
I need information on how you know that the Unknown Soldier buried in Mount Mora Cemetery died in Blue Springs, MO.
Perhaps killed by Quantrill's raiders at the same time as my GG Grandfather was killed.
Mount Mora Cemetery
Plot: Range 1,2,3,4 West fence
|Tina||RE: Richard Bamber headstone|
Thank you so much! Great picture!
Added by Tina on May 03, 2014 1:11 PM
|Jo Herring||Dudley H Overton|
Thank you so much for the headstone picture. It is such a shame that the city of Fulton let Pioneer cemetery get in such bad shape.
|Grace||Daniel Boone Burial Site and Monument|
Thanks for the wonderful photograph you posted on Daniel & Rebecca Boone's memorial at Old Bryan Farm Cemetery. The description beneath the photo says "Burks County, PA" - I believe you meant Berks County. The part of Berks County (near Reading) was part of Philadelphia County at the time of his birth and matches the inscription on the monument. Can you correct that?
Added by Grace on Sep 13, 2013 5:54 PM
|Ron Vest||RE: Mary Moore Carmichael Hill|
Not a problem - will transfer shortly.
Added by Ron Vest on Sep 05, 2013 2:29 PM
|Ron Vest||Mary Hill FAG|
Thank you for sponsoring this memorial. Although Mary Hill is of no relation to me, I posted as a project to include ALL burials in Johnson County, Missouri.
Added by Ron Vest on Sep 05, 2013 2:06 PM
|Gordon Pasley||RE: Pasley headstones in Bachelor cemetery.|
Blair -- Thank you for attaching more readable pictures of aging grave stones to the memorials of Pasleys buried in the Bachelor Cemetery. Your efforts will most definitely help future generations of Pasleys as they delve into discovering Pasley family history.
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